The last Skeptik Featuring Jehst ‘Lullaby’ lifted off ‘Thanks for Trying’ Rate this post
Record Store Day rolls around again tomorrow, that time of year indie kids go straight from the friday night club to queuing round the block in the hope of snagging the ultra limited Bowie reissue. Nowt wrong with Bowie but I wouldn’t stay up all night for a piece of vinyl. The things of interest [...]
Next up in our Producer interview series is all round guru Chemo aka Telemachus
A decade has past since The High Plains Drifter walked in the saloon in 2001, although other offerings have been brought to the table nothing has been as greatly anticipated.
More information is finally available on the long anticipated new album from Jehst… The drifter returns! After a brief hiatus one UK’s finest lyricists, Jehst is set to release his fourth full length album “The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family” this June. Rate this post
The time has come to get my Wax Poetics on and get deep behind the history of what was a massively important record in the development of my (and many other heads of my age) love affair with UK Hip Hop